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Edward Cherry Changes Name to Edward Gregory Steadman

A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in a tip that Edward Cherry legally changed his name in 2013 from Edward Cherry to Edward Gregory Steadman.

Apparently this happened when he applied for the name change in May of 2013 but it was not finalized until July 2013.

Normally a name change would be a huge non-news event but in this situation it’s a bit different. First, a reliable source sent this in from inside the industry. Second, Ed Cherry has been a big part of the debt relief industry news from Hess Kennedy to Fidelity Land Trust and all the other things in between.


And apparently the new Edward G. Steadman has already been active as the registered agent for CWALT Irrevocable Trust Series A-2013 LLC on August 21, 2013. – Source

Edward G. Steadman has an office located in the same office complex as Ed Cherry did, 902 Clint Moore Road, Suite 128, Boca Raton, FL 33487. But then again they are apparently the same guy.

I think this makes for the second Steadman that I’ve heard of, the first of course being Oprah’s boyfriend. But then again Oprah’s boyfriend spells it Stedman.

Ed Cherry has always been a one of a kind type of guy and his new name isn’t different. If you do an online search for Edward Gregory Steadman there are no hits, yet.

Never a dull day in the debt relief industry.


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